An Out Of The Box Thanksgiving

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Park City offers a variety of dining options when it comes to the Thanksgiving feast. Whether you spend the day with friends and family, at one of the many Park City restaurants hosting Thanksgiving dinners or want to keep it simple at home, here are a few options to have an “out of the box” Thanksgiving.

Deer Valley Grocery Café Apple Pie

DINING IN

Buzz Cafe at Montage  Dinner to Go: $250 serves 6-8 people
Skip the cooking entirely and bring home a delicious Thanksgiving meal to go courtesy of Buzz Coffee & Tea at Montage. Enjoy herb-roasted turkey served with andouille sausage and cornbread stuffing, buttermilk and Boursin cheese mashed potatoes, and preserved lemon and garlic broccolini, plus citrus-cranberry sauce, house-made brown gravy and stone ground artisan rolls. For desert, choose from caramel apple pie, oat crumble or traditional pumpkin pie.
Orders require a 72 hour notice. Place orders by calling Montage Deer Valley at (435) 604-1300  and ask for the Concierge.

Deer Valley Grocery Cafe  Sides, starters and desserts to-go
You focus on friends and family and leave the rest to the Deer Valley Grocery Café. This local favorite is offering delicious sides like celery root bisque soup, Deer Valley roasted garlic mashers, spinach salad, roasted butternut squash, green beans au gratin, and sourdough apple and yam stuffing, which will make perfect compliments to your turkey, ham or other entrée being served at home. Breads and pies and cakes are also on offer, including traditional pumpkin, apple cheddar, pecan, apple, blueberry, cherry and chocolate silk pies. Caramel apple cheesecake, pumpkin Swiss roll with Deer Valley cream cheese, and pumpkin chocolate chip cookies are also available. And if you’re celebrating Thanksgiving as a guest, these all make great housewarming items, too.
Orders must be placed by 5:00 p.m. Monday, Nov. 20, and picked up by 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22. Orders: Grocery~Café, 435-615-2400; Snow Park Bakery, 435-645-6623

Riverhorse Provisions  Dinner to go: $38 per person / $24 kids 12 and under
Fully prepared meals individually portioned are available at Riverhorse Provisions at the top of Main Street. Treat the whole family to herb roasted organic turkey and gravy, candied sweet potatoes, cornbread stuffing, spinach and butternut squash salad, buttermilk mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts and charred peppers, fresh baked rolls, cranberry relish and apple pie or pumpkin cheesecake. A la carte items are also available on a first-come, first-served basis at Provisions.
Forty-eight hour notice required. Holiday menu available for pick-up only. To order, call (435) 649-0799 or email orders@riverhorseprovisions.com.

Whole Foods Canyon Corners  Full meals to-go
With the expanded Whole Foods located at Canyon Corners in Kimball Junction, you can easily pick up all your provisions for a successful Thanksgiving feast. Whether you DIY your dinner or rely on the expert chefs at Whole Foods to prepare the full meal deal, you are guaranteed success on T-Day. Online ordering makes it even easier to craft the perfect meal. Click HERE for the Holiday Online Ordering page at the new Whole Foods Market.

Versante Hearth + Bar at Peaks Hotel

 DINING OUT

Versante Hearth + Bar at Peaks Hotel
If buffets and prix fixe dinners aren’t your style, Versante at Park City peaks is serving classic Thanksgiving selections for the holiday. Enjoy starters of roasted root vegetable bisque or holiday salad, then choose from roast turkey breast, slow roasted prime rib, grilled salmon, brined pork chop and brown butter gnocchi. Sides can be served family style or per person, and include cornbread stuffing, roasted baby potato, mashed potato, French toast sweet potato, creamed Brussels sprouts, sautéed haricot vert, roasted cauliflower and butternut squash risotto. For dessert, enjoy warm pumpkin donut holes, chocolate flourless torte or roasted caramel apple.
A la Carte Menu with seatings at 3:00 PM and 5:30 PM. Call (435) 649-5000 for reservations.

St. Regis Deer Valley
Join St. Regis for an exquisite Thanksgiving buffet overflowing with seasonal delicacies and traditional favorites. The dinner menu includes more than a dozen selections, featuring mains of Mary’s free range organic turkey, bourbon and mustard glazed spiral cut ham, rosemary and olive oil crusted leg of lamb, and sides like sweet potato and bacon pie, caramelized heirloom carrots with orange vinaigrette, roasted cauliflower soup with bacon and curry oil, mashed potatoes, and a selection of salads, cheeses, vegetables, stuffing and gravy. Be sure to leave room for dessert, which includes nearly 20 selections like egg not crème brulee, blackberry pate de fruits, pumpkin mousse bombes and more.
Reservations required, call 435-940-5760.

Butcher’s Chop House
This popular steakhouse will be serving a 2-course, Thanksgiving Full Platter meal, with each guest getting a full plate of turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, garlic green beans and candied yams. Dessert features a choice of pumpkin pie or pecan pie. Chop House’s regular menu will also be available.
Adults: $35, Kids: $18. For availability and reservations, call (435) 647-0040. 2-for-1 specials will not be on offer.

 

No Name Saloon Complimentary Buffet

Want to really get down with the local crowd?  Starting at 2 p.m., come eat and celebrate with the No Name family. FREE BIRD Turkey dinner with all the ‘fixins’. Ronnie says… “ a cornucopia”. Dig into a complimentary buffet at this local’s favorite saloon featuring turkey dinner with all the fixings.

No need for reservations, just stop on by and enjoy the festivities on Main Street.

 

Whether you dine in, dine out or dine around, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving Day from all of us at Dishing Park City.

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Eat, ride, sleep, rinse, repeat. That is Meghan’s motto. If you don’t spy her at a local Park City restaurant photographing, eating then blogging about an amazing local eatery, you will find her horsing around with her little Mustang pony Napoleon and black lab Dakota. A 30 year local, Meghan loves to follow the ever-evolving epicurean culture of Park City and the surrounding areas.

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